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Driscoll, D. A. and Catford, J. A. (2015) Perversity in the pasture. Australasian Science 36: 48. link

Driscoll, D. A. and Catford, J. A. (2015) Perversity in the pasture: guarding against new pasture varieties becoming tomorrow’s environmental disasters. Decision Point 86, 4-5.


Minton, C, and Veltheim, I. (2014). The flight of the Little Curlew. Australian BirdLife Volume 3 Number 4 December 2014.

Wintle, B.A. (2014) Natural value: Pricing ecosystems, and its implications for conservation policy. Up Close, Podcast #316.

Driscoll D.A. & Catford J.A. (2014) Feed or weed? New pastures are sowing problems for the future. The Conversation. 4 November.

Driscoll D.A. & Catford J.A. (2014) Weed risk set to rise: New plant varieties bred for pasture will worsen the weed problem. Ecological Society of Australia Hot Topics.


McCarthy, M. (2013) Fact check: does grazing reduce bush fires in national parks? The Conversation.

Murphy, B.P. (2013). Savanna burning: carbon pays for conservation in northern AustraliaThe Conversation.

Ryan, G. (2013) Rhino horn and tiger blood: conservation in the Mekong. The Conversation.

Soanes, K. (2013) Mysterious poles make road crossing easier for high flying mammalsThe Conversation.

Williamson, G.J., Murphy, B.P., Bowman, D.M.J.S. (2013) New research shows alpine grazing does not reduce blazing. The Conversation.


Catford, J.A. (2012) “Causes, impacts and ways to manage exotic plant invasion along the River Murray” Inland Rivers Network News Summer 2012, page 9.

Catford, J.A. (2012) “Managing the Murray’s water to combat invasive species” H2O Thinking, eWater CRC

Murphy BP, Trauernicht C & Bowman DMJS (2012). Scientists and national park managers are failing northern Australia’s vanishing mammals. The Conversation.


Wintle, B.A. (2011). Spending to save: what’s the best use of our conservation dollar?. The Conversation.

Garrard, G. & Rumpff, L. (2011). Science the loser in Victoria’s alpine grazing trial. The Conversation.

McCarthy, M.A. & Possingham, H.P. (2011). One thing we can learn from the Alpine grazing trial: scientists must speak up. The Conversation.

McCarthy, M.A. (2011). Alpine grazing: let’s research fires where they pose the most threat. The Conversation.

Rumpff, L. (2011). One small thing you can do for the environment: learn from your failures. The Conversation.